The Enemy Within Me
One of the hardest things for any of us to do is to admit our faults. It’s much easier to tell ourselves that life’s problems come from outside, from the people or circumstances around us. Sure, we’re not perfect—but who is? So we hide our sins from ourselves and eventually lose who we are. In this message we learn that God asks a question of each of us “who are you?” — not because he wants to embarrass us, but because he longs to redeem us. When we come to God, when we admit our sin and our need for God’s grace, God gives us a new identity in Christ.